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Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

September 13, 2016 | 11:17

In 1994, young man Fukada Hiroshima with camera in his hand wandered around Hanoi to record every moment of “36 streets”. Now he is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan in Vietnam.

In 1994, young man Fukada Hiroshima with camera in his hand wandered around Hanoi to record every moment of “36 streets”. Now he is Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan in Vietnam.

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Familiar cyclos on streets of Hanoi

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Schoolgirls in aodai after school

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

A bustling street corner

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Food stalls and trendy Cubs

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Candy store

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

A woman with fashionable outfits

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Life on the sidewalk was always lively

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Photography store in a small lane in Hanoi Old Quarter

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Hanoi little girl with “angelic face”, according to Ambassador Fukada Hiroshi

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Hair salon “Fashionable hairstyle”

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

Hairstyle and outfits of Hanoi young men early 90s

Hanoi Old Quarter during 1990s through photos of Japanese Ambassador

A street corner to be seen from above

( Fukada Hiroshi )